A digital-age whistle-blower, hiding for his life, tells all in this timely novel depicting the rise of Religion 2.0 and its unholy messiah.
Skyfisher: The Novel
Desperately fleeing for his life, Brad Evans escapes Manhattan and takes refuge in a trailer in the New York countryside. There he writes an exposé of Phasmatia, the world's first great internet religion, and its megalomaniacal unholy messiah, Sky Fisher.
As one of the trio of ad men who schemed to concoct Phasmatia, Evans certainly knows where all the skeletons are buried, and is ready to tell all—provided he manages to live long enough. His close friend and co-conspirator, Stan Shiu, whose technical genius helped spark the religion's rapid rise, has already been murdered by Sky Fisher's retinue of killer monks. Now they're searching for Evans.
The whistle blower recounts the religion's genesis, and growth from a get-rich-quick Dot Com scheme to the Next Big Thing, spreading like wildfire over the web ... and the planet. He also exposes the corruption and power lust that festers at the top, even while his hope for a potential new era of spirituality and faith burns brightly.
The events in skyfisher could easily happen tomorrow. Our wired age of social networks, virtual worlds, and media manipulation is examined in the context of humankind's timeless need for spiritual sustenance and divine hope.